RULES AND INFORMATION
Our aim is for SizeCon to be a place for anyone of age (18+) to gather and share their love for size. Even with this focus, we want the convention to be a place that’s just as welcoming to friends and family, and really just anyone curious about size in general. Most important is that, no matter who shows up, the convention is a positive space and, of course, a whole lot of fun.
The rules that follow will help us ensure a positive and welcoming space. If an attendee injures this atmosphere at any time, in any way, SizeCon staff reserve the right to remove the attendee from the convention.
SizeCon volunteer staff will be visible on the convention floor thanks to their special badges. Please do not hesitate to reach out to our volunteers with any questions or concerns you may have.
SizeCon attendees must wear their badge at all times during the convention, or have them ready to show to staff if asked. That is to say, not just anyone will be able to wander into the convention: this is a private space, for us.
In general, SizeCon has a non-sexual atmosphere, with special areas and attractions labeled for containing or allowing adult content. Sexual discussion is welcome and encouraged, but please be considerate: outside of specially marked areas, attendees will have a visible flag on their badge which notes the attendee’s comfort level with sexual discussion. For many, size is a fetish. At SizeCon, we welcome that fetish, as well as the size fascinated in general.
Verbal or physical harassment of any kind, stalking, and unwelcome attention will not be tolerated. Any offending attendees may be asked to separate, or, if necessary, removed from the convention. Heinous offenders will be reported to the police.
Cosplay is welcome and encouraged inside of the convention. However, outside of the convention doors, such as inside of the hosting hotel, attendees are asked to adhere to what is generally considered appropriate. Please help us keep SizeCon clean and considerate, by putting all your trash in garbage bins, and by keeping noise levels down outside of the convention rooms, including in hotel room parties during and after SizeCon.